“Be a lifelong learner” – Leonard Bernstein
Strongly committed to education, Dr. Choi has been on the faculty of Binghamton University (State University of NY) since 2006. In addition to maintaining a private studio, she also coaches chamber music and performs regularly in the faculty concert series and has soloed with the Binghamton University Orchestra several times.
A Teaching Artist on the faculty of the New York Philharmonic Education Department, her activities include year-long residencies in the public schools, designing and presenting workshops and professional development for colleagues and teachers; and creating and performing in interactive, educational concerts with the Teaching Artists Ensemble of the New York Philharmonic throughout the five boroughs, for Lincoln Center’s “Meet the Artist” and “Lincoln Center Moments”, and abroad (in tours of Japan and Abu Dhabi). She was recently invited to host a Young People’s Concert, becoming the first NYP Teaching Artist to perform in that role.
Additionally, she is a Teaching Artist for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and has been a Guest Lecturer for the Tokyo College of Music, Showa University and Kobe College (Japan), served as a panelist for The Juilliard School, Niigata University, and the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, and presented workshops for the College Music Society, Metropolitan Opera Guild, Lincoln Center Institute, Virtual Seniors Center, Mecenet (South Korea), and Life With Music Project (Japan).
Please contact her through the Comments page for information on lessons, masterclasses, lectures or hosting interactive concerts.